IPL 2023: ‘Jofra Archer Was Firing Cylinders But…’, Aakash Chopra Words Of Praise For Yashasvi Jaiswal

Yashasvi Jaiswal is gaining a lot of praise after his terrific hundred against the Mumbai Indians at Wankhede. Rajasthan Royals lost the match by six wickets but Jaiswal has been the talk of the town after his brilliant 124 run knock in just 62 balls.

After the match, the Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma praised the 21-year old batter and said that he is a player to watch out for in upcoming times. Sharma feels that, Jaiswal batting is not only limited to franchise cricket but he could also make big for team Indian whenever gets a chance.

Meanwhile, the former Indian batter Aakash Chopra is another big name who has joined as the admirer of Yashvavi Jaiswal. The commentator was thrilled to watch the batting of Jaiswal and marked him as a well-format player. After the phenomenal performance in the Ranji Trophy last year, Jaiswal has already amassed 428 runs in just 9 matches of this 16th edition of Indian Premier League.

Aakash chopra said that even though Rajasthan Royals lost the match against Mumbai Indians, Jaiswal was the most valuable player between both the teams.

Talking on his youtube channel, Aakash Chopra said,“There is no doubt in my mind or your mind that the most valuable player of the match has to be Yashasvi Jaiswal. Firstly he is an all-format player. Don’t even think by mistake that he plays well only in T20s. He demolishes the opposition in day’s cricket.”

He further added,”He has a double century in the first innings and a century in the second innings of the Irani Trophy final. If you check his numbers in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, which is 50-over cricket, he has scored a double century. He is made of a different material. The guy is different.”

Aakash Chopra said that, Jaiswal has played a lot of cricket at Wankhede and this was the reason he was comfortable in playing bowlers like Archer and Meredith at ease.

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Aakash Chopra said,“He played an unbelievable knock. He knows this ground well because he is from Mumbai and knows the nook and corner of the ground. There was actually a lot of help from the pitch. There was bounce and sideways movement.”

“Jofra Archer was actually firing on all cylinders. He was bowling fast and Jos Buttler was getting hit all over the body but Yashasvi started to hit. He pulled the ball for a six and then fours and sixes one after the other. He not only played the fast bowlers on this pitch but dominated them,” Chopra concluded.

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